We believe in families. We also understand how important it is to invest in our children and provide a safe, fun, creative place for them to grow in Christ. Find out more here.
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Students are not that scary. Sure they have baggy pants or skinny jeans, sure they wear giant earphones but we love them. Check out the many opportunities we have for grade 6-12.
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There is always something going on around the church or in our home groups. Wendesday RE:Fresh nights are another way to get connected during week. Find out more here.
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The Cascade Commandos are the team from our church that are in a Lower Mainland church softball league.
Come on out and cheer for your team as they take to the field for the last weeks of the season!
June 4: Clearbrook in Abbotsford @ 1:30pm and 3pm
June 11: April 23: Hjorth Road in Surrey @ 10:30am and noon
Over the coming weeks we are raising funds for Partners in Mission. The goal for Cascade in 2016 is $10,000.
Join in the Family Challenge! Come out to Sip Shop and Support! Designate part of your tithing each week and during a special offer to Partners in Mission.
We can reach that goal!
With the summer weather comes summer camps at our own Camp Sunrise on the Sunshine Coast.
Please keep the dates in mind if you are interested in attending any of the following camps:
You can also rent space in the lower camp area. Applications are at the office.
It's that time again! Join us after the service for our annual picnic. This year we will be heading to
the grounds of Margaret Stenersen School 3060 Old Clayburn Road. We will provide the food and
fun, you bring your blanket/camp chairs and don't forget to be sun safe! (HATS & SUNSCREEN!)
Monetary donations can be made to The Salvation Army here in the church office. See the following press release for additional information.
Press release from The Salvation Army
Text FORTMAC to 45678 to Support The Salvation Army in Fort McMurray
Edmonton, May 6, 2016 – The Salvation Army’s Emergency and Disaster Services is providing support to first responders and those impacted by the disaster. The Salvation Army has mobilized four Community Response Units to feed first responders engaged in the Fort McMurray fire response efforts.
At this time, the best way for the public to help with relief efforts is though monetary donations.
Donations can be made at SalvationArmy.ca/albertafires or by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY. A $10 donation can also be made by texting FORTMAC to 45678.
Our thrift stores are already giving out clothing vouchers to people from Fort McMurray. If people from Fort McMurray are in need of clothing, they can turn to The Salvation Army for help.
Until further notice, we are requesting that people not donate clothing or household goods. If people have already collected clothing, they can drop off them off at our thrift stores. However, these donations will not be segregated out from our regular stock, but used to replace any clothing given out to Fort McMurray residents.
Once people are allowed to return to Fort McMurray, The Salvation Army will be present to offer practical support and also emotional and spiritual care. The Salvation Army has been serving in Fort McMurray since 1979 and will continue to be an active presence in the community.